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    Greater Nevada Credit Union

    Add this business to the list of anti-gun establishments. Plenty of other banks in Reno-Sparks that respect our rights.

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    I use the credit union branch in Dayton...but rarely go inside. I had noticed a long time ago they had a no gun policy. Despite that...I've stayed with them as my bank. They've treated me extremely well as a customer, something I can't say about the other banks. It is a bit of an uncomfortable trade off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaDutchin Nv View Post
    I use the credit union branch in Dayton...but rarely go inside. I had noticed a long time ago they had a no gun policy. Despite that...I've stayed with them as my bank. They've treated me extremely well as a customer, something I can't say about the other banks. It is a bit of an uncomfortable trade off.
    It's your decision, but I personally would not do business with them. I just can't see leaving my rights at the door when there are other choices available to me. I bank at one of the biggest and they always treat me very well. You want to get them in line, leave them and tell them why. They know that for every complaint they get there are many more who walk away without a word. The battle for freedom is not about comfort my friend.

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    Question, does this sign equal the many signs on private property that hold no weight until verbally told to leave? Or am I missing something.

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    No legal weight, same as any other private property. It just states their wishes. How we respect that is up to us.
    "It's not important how many people I've killed. What's important is how I get along with the people who are still alive" - Jimmy the Tulip

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAC702 View Post
    No legal weight, same as any other private property. It just states their wishes. How we respect that is up to us.
    I respect their wishes, assuming that they don't want any money that might be tainted with traces of Hoppes No 9.

    And I make sure to tell them WHY I'm going to their competitor's place with all of that tainted money, so they can be proud of me for being properly obedient to their wishes.

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    Also known as, "Concealed Carry Only."

    GNCU is a member of my credit union's network and I sometimes have to go in instead of using the ATM.

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    was a member of GNCU, until they changed their checking account structure. Nickel and diming for fees, when the branch on Spanish Springs posted that sign, I closed all my accounts immediately, I now bank with United Federal Credit Union, no signs anywhere

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